How we help improve employment opportunities
- Enforcing your right to be free from workplace discrimination.
- Advocating for effective, personalized training services.
- Advocating for services that help you find competitive and integrated jobs.
- Working to increase the knowledge and use of work incentives for people who get social security and Medicaid.
Examples of our work
- Successfully advocated for a state agency to use a program that helps workers with disabilities stay on Medicaid;
- Helped workers with disabilities receive reasonable accommodations, such as using personal aides at work.
- Improved vocational rehabilitation training services throughout the State.
- Individual representation
- Impact litigation
- Training and outreach
- Educating policy makers
We work to improve training opportunities so you can get a good job. And we want you to work in a place that includes people with and without disabilities. Your employer should pay you the same as they pay other people in your job.
Employment Rights at a Glance
You have the right to:
- Ask for reasonable accommodations to help you with your disability
- Have equal access to your workplace
- Be free of workplace discrimination